The estate sale of shot businesswoman Diane McIver drew a crowd on Wednesday. About 100 shoppers stood in line in the parking lot of Peachtree Battle Estate Sales & Liquidation waiting for doors to open at 10 a.m. on the first day of the event.
The five-day sale includes more than 2,000 items of clothing, costume jewelry, accessories from top designer brands and is billed as the “fashionistas dream closet.”
McIver, 64, died in September after she was shot in the back by her husband Tex McIver while riding in their SUV. Tex McIver has said the shooting was an accident. A criminal investigation is ongoing.
The manager of McIver’s estate said the sale was ordered by attorneys in an effort to help fulfill the stipulations of McIver’s will.
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